According to psychology, smells leave a more lasting impact than both vision and sounds. You can be walking down the street and the smell of someone passing by can remind you of a parent, a lover or any memory good or bad associated with a smell. The smell of a certain flower can remind you of a wedding, someone’s funeral etc. anything. That’s the kind of impact smells have on our memories; they can either make you feel warm or they can tear you up from inside.
Every woman should have her own signature scent, a perfume that makes her stand out, which she can be identified with. Female perfumes can be divided into six subcategories; fresh, fruity, floral, gourmand, oriental and woody. Things as simple as our mood and our body heat also influence our choice of perfume.
So no, it doesn’t necessarily have to be Chanel or No. 5; your signature scent can be anything that appeals to you. If you’re looking to go perfume shopping, we recommend going during the morning since your nose is rested up but most shops have coffee beans which you can use a ‘palate cleanser’ between different scents. If you’re looking to buy a perfume, it’s recommended that you consider your budget and how long the perfume lasts. A perfume may smell good but there is no point in buying it if its scent won’t last more than an hour.
If you’re looking to make your fragrance last longer, apply it on the warmer areas of your body like your wrists, your elbows, neck or behind the knee. Applying odorless moisturizer first and then using your perfume will also help to ensure that the smell lasts for a longer period of time.
Sungari Perfume is actually a creation of Maurices which you probably already know is a famous clothing brand with stores throughout Canada and the US. They’re known for their women’s clothing and it might sound weird to buy a perfume from what is essentially a clothing brand but we decided to give it a try.
The Sungari Breeze Perfume can be bought online and from any Maurices outlet, the 1 US FL oz. bottle will cost you around $15 which is really affordable when compared to other $100+ perfumes. According to the product description it is a luscious blend of white buds and fern leaves are woven together to create a cool splash, while mimosa blossom and purple tulips are uncovered lush passion flower, beach wood, and golden amber close this fragrance leaving you feeling warm and refreshed.
Upon application the smell is very floral and fresh which is a great feeling during these summer days since it’s a great way to raise your mood. As the smell began to settle, it smelled summary and will remind you vaguely of the smell of the beach. It can almost be considered a dupe for the infamous Victoria’s Secret’s “Bombshell” in my opinion. Another plus point is the fact that the scent actually lasted throughout the day which really takes the cake for me! So the Sungari Breeze has nothing short of rave reviews from this end.